EE’s 4G network benchmarked on the Samsung Galaxy Note 2
We see what kind of speeds EE’s newly launched 4G network is capable of aboard the Samsung Galaxy Note 2
Results are impressive to say the least with EE’s 4G network averaging around 40mbps, ensuring rapid-fire webpage loading, super-fast HD video, and very low ping times.
Existent HSPA speeds vary from 12mbps on older services up to 21mbps on newer HSPA+ on newer networks. With 4G you’re getting pretty much double the speeds and it really shows, everything moves along at an unprecedented speed.
You will pay a premium for this level of speed, however, with EE tariffs starting from £36 a month – that gets you 500MB of data – and topping-out at £56 a month with 8GB of data.
Current handsets offered by EE on its 4G networks are the iPhone 5, Nokia Lumia 920, HTC Sensation XL, Galaxy Note 2, and the Huawei Ascend P1 LTE.
Check out the benchmarking video below: